30. 04. 2014

Days Come and Gone.

  About the Artist: San Bernardino native, Victoria Banegas finds her hometown to be rich, both conceptually and aesthetically, serving as her playground for artistic development. Recently graduating from the city’s university, with...

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28. 04. 2014

LOST

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21. 04. 2014

Spring Awakening: An uncomfortably awesome musical production

Lets get to the point, I turned thirty. To celebrate, my long distance boyfriend bought my mother and I tickets to see Spring Awakening at the Harris Center in Folsom, Ca. German Expressionist...

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21. 04. 2014

The Life of An Artist gets Real

I once visited a bookstore with illustrations of notable artists painted on the walls above shelves of books. Ernest Hemmingway, Gertrude Stein, J.D. Salinger, Kandinsky, O’Keeffe and others sit at tables reading books...

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17. 04. 2014

FEATURED ROGUE ARTIST: KEN GARDUNO

Ken Garduno is a strange and fascinating subject of complex and obsessive artistry. A scruffy, quiet and neurotic illustrator and painter, Garduno works tirelessly in his studio in East L.A., creating dozens upon...

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16. 04. 2014

Musing on Kierkegaard

“Repetition and recollection are the same movement, only in opposite directions; for what is recollected has been, is repeated backwards, whereas repetition properly so called is recollected forwards.” Soren Kierkegaard Kierkegaard distinguishes in...

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16. 04. 2014

Child of Light GAME PREVIEW

The industry of mainstream video games revolves around high-grossing titles. These are typical adventures featuring masculine protagonists, brute strength, militaristic prowess and highly sought after graphics of realism. Games that feature strong women...

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